Various 15mm odds and ends made it onto the painting table this week.
In the middle of November, I'm organising a big club game based on the Market Garden operation, which means we will need lots of buildings to represent Arnhem, Nijmegen and smaller towns. Languishing at the back of a storage cupboard I had some 15mm ruins that I picked up at a show many years ago and never did anything with. So, out they came into the daylight and then on to the painting table. They aren't great castings, so it's a quick and dirty paint job, just to get them ready for the game. No idea of the manufacturer.
I picked up a mixed bag of Battlefront bailed out tank crew from Paul at the club. I painted half of them up in black uniforms.
The other half in field grey uniforms. These should do nicely as bailed out markers.
Finally, I also painted up the Iraqi army figures from CP Models, from their Bravo Two Zero 15mm range. These provide opposition for the SAS figures I posted pics of last month (http://sedimentswargameblog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/15mm-bravo-two-zero-sas-figures.html).
The whole pack of 8 figures.
Figures in hoods and helmets.
Figures in red berets.
The Iraqis are painted up as generic infantry, which should be useful for a variety of scenarios based on Middle Eastern regular forces. At the Derby show, I picked up packs of Old Glory ME regular infantry and supports/command (as well as ME irregulars), so have the makings of a reasonable sized force to provide opposition for my Peter Pig USMC, fighting through urban areas using Baggage Train ME buildings.
As ever, thanks for looking!